RadTech has released
four new wireless mice
for use with the Macintosh. The new mice don’t require a dock to work, and feature rechargeable batteries. Prices range from $49.95 to $59.95 depending on the model.
All the mice come with RadTech’s RadMouse HID Driver software, which is now available as a Universal Binary for Intel and PowerPC-based Macs. You can use the software to assign actions to the mouse’s buttons and scrollwheel, adjust scrolling speed, cursor tracing and more.
The BT100 sports three buttons and detented scroll wheel, finished in white with silver accents. It’s designed with a “slightly stretched mini chassis” to be comfortable for users with larger hands. It costs $49.95.
The BT300 features styling cues inspired by the C6 Corvette sports car, believe it or not. It also features three buttons and detented scroll wheel, and is housed in pearl white finish over translucent black. It costs $51.95.
The BT600 Desktop Mouse is a full-sized Bluetooth mouse that features two additional side-mounted buttons and rubberized exterior. It costs $59.95.
RadTech has also redesigned its BT500 Mobile Mouse with a new engine and RadTech’s R-Series in-mouse charging circuitry, also used in the BT100 and BT300 products. It costs $59.95.
Each mouse uses two rechargeable batteries, and juices up from a thin USB cable. They all use Cambridge Silicon’s Bluetooth radios.